Its western boundary is just east of the Ballard Bridge. It is rectangular in shape -- but with a cut-out in the northwest corner to accommodate Mike's Chili Parlor and another on its south side to accommodate Macefield's house.
The website also has a "Wall of Fame" where you can submit your choice of the best or more entertaining Abbey Road imitations.
The taller western building will contain four levels of parking with 500 stalls, topped by the high-ceilinged fitness center.
The project is bounded by Northwest Ballard Way on the north, Northwest 46th Street on the south and 14th Avenue Northwest on the east.
A Trader Joe's grocery store and an LA Fitness Center will be among the 15 or so tenants at 1416 N. 46th St., the Ballard retail project that has been forced to build around a home owned by longtime resident Edith Macefield.
The Seattle P-I recently detailed Macefield's refusal to sell her home to make way for the project.